TanChyuan Chin
TanChyuan Chin
Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Positive Psychology, The University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
The music USE (MUSE) questionnaire: An instrument to measure engagement in music
TC Chin, NS Rickard
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 29 (4), 429-446, 2012
1162012
Emotion regulation strategy mediates both positive and negative relationships between music uses and well-being
TC Chin, NS Rickard
Psychology of Music 42 (5), 692-713, 2014
702014
Strengths and subjective wellbeing in adolescence: strength-based parenting and the moderating effect of mindset
HK Jach, J Sun, D Loton, TC Chin, LE Waters
Journal of Happiness Studies 19 (2), 567-586, 2018
282018
Nonperformance, as well as performance, based music engagement predicts verbal recall
TC Chin, NS Rickard
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 27 (3), 197-208, 2010
242010
An evaluation of positive education at Geelong Grammar School: A snapshot of 2013
DA Vella-Brodrick, NS Rickard, TC Chin
Melbourne, Australia: The University of Melbourne, 2014
202014
Positive education in Australia: Practice, measurement, and future directions
GR Slemp, TC Chin, ML Kern, C Siokou, D Loton, LG Oades, ...
Social and emotional learning in Australia and the Asia-Pacific, 101-122, 2017
162017
Cortisol awakening response as an index of mental health and well-being in adolescents
NS Rickard, TC Chin, DA Vella-Brodrick
Journal of Happiness Studies 17 (6), 2555-2568, 2016
122016
Beyond positive and negative trait affect: Flourishing through music engagement
TC Chin, NS Rickard
Psychology of Well-Being 4 (1), 25, 2014
122014
Emotion regulation in adolescent well-being and positive education
L Morrish, N Rickard, TC Chin, DA Vella-Brodrick
Journal of Happiness Studies 19 (5), 1543-1564, 2018
112018
MUSEBAQ: A modular tool for music research to assess musicianship, musical capacity, music preferences, and motivations for music use
TC Chin, E Coutinho, KR Scherer, NS Rickard
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 35 (3), 376-399, 2018
112018
Defining the musical identity of “non-musicians.”
NS Rickard, T Chin
Handbook of musical identities, 288-303, 2017
82017
Reconceptualizing'musicianship': Music performance and training through to music reception and engagement
TC Chin, NS Rickard
Lifelong engagement with music: Benefits for mental health and well-being …, 2012
62012
& Waters, L.(2017). Positive education in Australia: Practice, measurement, and future directions
GR Slemp, TC Chin, ML Kern, C Siokou, D Loton, LG Oades
Social and emotional learning in Australia and the Asia Pacific, 101-122, 0
6
Development and feasibility of a mobile experience sampling application for tracking program implementation in youth well-being programs
TC Chin, NS Rickard, DA Vella-Brodrick
Psychology of well-being 6 (1), 1, 2016
42016
Evaluation of youth-led programs run by the Reach Foundation
DA Vella-Brodrick, NS Rickard, TC Chin
VIC: Monash University, 2013
42013
The role of physiological and subjective measures of emotion regulation in predicting adolescent wellbeing
L Morrish, TC Chin, N Rickard, P Sigley-Taylor, D Vella-Brodrick
International Journal of Wellbeing 9 (2), 2019
12019
Keeping up with the times: A considered approach to measuring youth well-being
TC Chin
Future Directions in Well-Being, 47-51, 2017
12017
The MUSEBAQ: A comprehensive and modular instrument for assessing musical engagement
NS Rickard, TC Chin, E Coutinho, KR Scherer
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Music and Emotion (ICME’4 …, 2015
12015
Positive education and the new prosperity: Exploring young people’s conceptions of prosperity and success
K Trask-Kerr, TC Chin, D Vella-Brodrick
Australian Journal of Education 63 (2), 190-208, 2019
2019
Evaluating positive education: A framework and case study.
DA Vella-Brodrick, NS Rickard, TC Chin
Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
2018
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